Reconciliation

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Grassroots Reconciliation in Burundi

This June, QUNO was pleased to host a visit from Adrien Niyongabo, Coordinator of Healing and Rebuilding our Communities (HROC) in Burundi. HROC emerged from Alternatives to Violence, a conflict resolution program developed by Quakers and prisoners in the United States and Canada. Quakers in Burundi, recognizing the need for reconciliation and healing between Hutu and Tutsi communities, have been conducting three-day HROC workshops to help participants cope with trauma and restore relationships.

PEACE PARTY

Saturday, March 24, 2012 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Fellowhship of Reconciliation, International Fellowship of Reconciliation and American Freinds Service Committee

Invite you to a PEACE PARTY--come enjoy food and hear report backs from 15 international peace acitivse from Africa, Asia, europe and Latin America!

 

PEACE PARTY

Saturday, March 24, 2012 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Fellowship of Reconciliation, International Fellowship of Reconciliation and American Friends Service Committee

Invite you to a PEACE PARTY—come enjoy food and hear report backs from 15 international peace acitivists from Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America!

We Want to End the Division

The protests and revolutions that have swept through the Middle East, have not left Palestine untouched.  Youth in Palestine began their own movement, calling for an end to the internal divisions between Palestinian political factions. In their eyes, the power struggle between Hamas, which runs Gaza, and Fatah, which runs the West Bank, has worsened their hopes for a peaceful, prosperous future.

In & Around the UN - June 2010

Discussing Peacebuilding at the UN

Andrew Tomlinson, QUNO Director, discusses peacebuilding with Ambassador Anne An

Andrew Tomlinson, QUNO Director, discusses peacebuilding
with Ambassador Anne Anderson, Ambassador Colin Keating, and
Professor Ed Luck.

An Update from the Quaker United Nations Office - June 2010

  • Finding the Heart of Peacebuilding
  • Haiti: Earthquake Response
  • Learning from Somali Peace Processes
  • China’s Changing Role at the UN
  • Preventing Election Violence in Burundi
  • Healing and Reconciliation in DRC
  • Nuclear Review Conference

 

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